- comes from cokor, foot, and ida. Refers to the deferential attitude that lower caste people have toward upper caste rulers, keeping themselves at foot level, so to speak
- ruler former Ksatriya ruler of a local kingdom
Cokorda Gede dadi Bupati Gianyar.[example 1]
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